Redmond’s George Cretu takes first in the 1,600-meter run in 4:34.79 during the April 19 track and field meet versus Lake Washington and Redmond at Lake Washington High. Andy Nystrom /staff photo

Redmond’s George Cretu takes first in the 1,600-meter run in 4:34.79 during the April 19 track and field meet versus Lake Washington and Redmond at Lake Washington High. Andy Nystrom /staff photo

Notching first on the track

  • Friday, April 20, 2018 1:55pm
  • Sports

Redmond’s George Cretu takes first in the 1,600-meter run in 4:34.79 during the April 19 track and field meet versus Lake Washington and Redmond at Lake Washington High. Other Redmond winners were: Carson Lui (400), Kyle Nickum (800), Ethan Ashley (3,200), boys 4×400 relay (John Lehr, Eric Nickum, Sebastian McRae and Kyle Nickum), Jack Thomson (high jump), Dudi Alqinawi (long jump and triple jump), Zephyr Tao (3,200), Kaitlyn Hartman (shot put and discus) and Piper Ferch (long jump and triple jump). The double-dual meet three head-to-head scores were: BOYS — Redmond 90 – LW 55; LW 78 – Juanita 67; Redmond 107 – Juanita 38. GIRLS — LW 88 – Redmond 62; LW 85 – Juanita 64; Redmond 78 – Juanita 66. Redmond boys are now 5-1. Redmond girls are now 4-2. Andy Nystrom /staff photo


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